Grateful Dead Live at RFK Stadium on 1993-06-25
1. Aint That Peculiar
2. Jerry, something in the keyboard things are out of tune
3. Aint That Peculiar, Jerry, were not going to do this tune are we?
4. Vince, Its cool Jerry, Its cheap
5. New Speedway Boogie
6. Jerry, I dont wanna be trying to learn f*ckin songs now
7. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
8. Jerry to Bruce, Have you been through any of our new tunes I'll show you in the back room.
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue RFK StadiumLocation Washington, DCSource FM SB Monitor > Sony D-6 Cassette > 1st gen > DATLineage Panasonic SV-3700 > Edirol UA-5 > USB > WaveLab 5.0Transferred by Transfer and Mastering: Bill Koucky Green Mountain Bros.
The band rehearsed with Bruce the tunes that were new since he left the band.
March 28, 2009
glad they never played "aint that peculiar". that crap sounds like it should be in a mentos comercial or somthin. no wonder why jerry didnt wanna do it. these tracks are fun to listen to though
March 11, 2009
Behind the scenes glimpse....
Jerry had impeccable taste and class, and like his music clean.
If you check the tapes, Vince butchered the previous show's first set (6/23), and Jerry was likely a bit sore about that.
Nonetheless, you may ask: why were the Dead so good? I think that the answer lies in how they rehearsed and arranged their parts. Jerry wasn't one to simply gloss over the material in a half-assed way. Vince was ready to debut that Bobby song, couple it with Speedway, and wasn't necessarily concerned whether they'd worked it out or not. If someone did that to me, I'd be an ass as well.
Regardless, check out any version of Samba in the Rain. The vocals were worked out, but Jerry was never clear about his part. Vince didn't seem to care that much about the quality of his work, and was happy to debut his song incomplete.
That's what stands between the mediocre and the great.
June 25, 2008
Listening to this it sounds like Jer was somewhat of an a** to Vinny. Still a fun little recording.